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Hacker's Challenge: Test Your Incident Response Skills Using 20 Scenarios
Hacker's Challenge: Test Your Incident Response Skills Using 20 Scenarios
by Mike Schiffman
Edition: Paperback
Price: £25.56

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Intrusion Prevention, Plan B Incident Response, 23 Nov. 2003
Hackers Challenge contains 20 scenarios that will give anyone from an administrator to the season security professional a push in the right direction if things seem a bit cloudy. I have been lucky to work on a few Incident response situations and the knowledge gained from this book helped a lot. Especially not to make silly errors that could have resulted in the whole investigation being wasted because the incorrect details was gathered or not documented.
I recommend this book to anybody that has any input into the security of their organisation or might need to know when their systems have been compromised and what to do about it.
If scenarios such as The French Connection, A thousand razors or Omerta sound interesting, this book is worth a read and good to have in a dark place in the bookcase because you just never know when it might come in handy


Hacking Exposed: Web Applications
Hacking Exposed: Web Applications
by Joel Scambray
Edition: Paperback

13 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Real World Web Security!!!, 2 July 2002
If you have an Internet presence, it is just a matter of time before you will have to pay the piper.
Forget the delightful charms of secure coding, if you are a web designer or administrator and Hacking Web Applications is not in your library, it is just a matter of time before your website will regret it.
Understanding secure coding and knowing what it really means and what the consequences of any mistakes are provides more than enough motivation to get it right the first time.
Hacking Web Applications builds on a great series and designers and administrators owe it to us, the users to use this book to steel their web applications and protect against security exploits.
This book is one step in the tight direction to securing web applications


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